Better health is in your pocket

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Most people spend time every day on their smartphone or tablet. Why not put that time to good use by downloading an app that can help you improve your health? There are thousands of health apps available to suit many different health goals and personality types. Check out some of these health apps you can start using today:


Relax Melodies by Ipnos Software (for iPhone and Android)

Quality sleep and stress management are an important part of good health. This app lets you choose your favorite sounds to create a personalized relaxing song that helps you relieve stress and sleep better.


Calorie Counter by MyFitnessPal (for Android)

For those trying to make better food choices or lose weight, sometimes knowing how much you eat can make a big difference. This app allows you to track food intake and exercise with a large food database. Connect with other users for encouragement and support.


Diet Controller by Margaret Dangerfield (for iPhone)

This app can help you view your eating and fitness activities on your devices. Log and track your daily food intake with a USDA-based food database. Users also can create charts and reports while tracking nutrients, calories and exercise.


Hydro Coach by Codium App Ideas (for Android) or Water App by Inspiring Life Technologies (for iPhone)

Drinking water is an easy, healthy way to fight fatigue and may help you consume fewer calories. These apps are designed to help you track how much you’re drinking and to offer reminders when it’s time for another glass.


Quitter’s Circle by Pfizer Inc. and the American Lung Association (for iPhone and Android)

For those trying to quit smoking, this app allows you to create a personalized quit plan, connect with others for support, get quitting tips, and celebrate milestones.



Hundreds of health-related apps are available today - and many of them cost less than $10. Try an app that suits your life for a high-tech way to be healthier!

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